Henry Hearns

Henry Hearns – A Visionary Who Conquer the Insurmountable

Henry Hearns, brother of boxer Thomas Hearns, was recently given a 25-50 year prison sentence for his involvement in the killing of a woman at their Detroit-area fathers residence. Hearns was charged with second-degree murder.

In 1989, Hearns finally had the chance to fight Sugar Ray Leonard again at Caesars Palace on a Monday evening (back when high-profile fights typically took place during weeknights). In an extraordinary fight held inside Caesars Palace with thousands of spectators present he secured another rematch between himself and Sugar Ray Leonard.

Early Life and Education

Henry Hearns was born to Earnest and Birdie Hearns of Byhalia, Mississippi on April 23, 1933 and can only be described as an incredible visionary capable of conquering seemingly insurmountable challenges.

Lancaster Mayor Emeritus Bishop Henry Hearns will be honored at a birthday celebration Saturday at Lancaster Performing Arts Center and Living Stone Cathedral of Worship, free for public attendance.

Hearns was handed 25 to 50 years for shooting dead his female friend at their Detroit suburb home, as Oakland County Circuit Judge Jessica Cooper delivered her sentence, according to WDIV-TV. Although Hearns has served on various community and national agencies and hosted tutoring programs at middle schools supervised by Living Stone members he did not speak out during court proceedings and appears ready to appeal his verdict.

Professional Career

Hearns quickly moved on from losing his first four amateur bouts and found himself at Kronk Gym in Detroit under legendary trainer Emanuel Steward’s guidance, quickly winning 155 amateur bouts while losing only eight before turning professional in 1977 and going on a tear with 13 straight knockout wins including future hall-of-famer Jose “Pipino” Cuevas, Wilfred Benitez and Virgil Hill among them!

Hearns was one of boxing’s most beloved figures despite never fighting at heavyweight. Winning world championships across four weight classes and widely recognized for his powerful punching techniques rather than technical brilliance, Hearns was revered by fans worldwide as one of their icon fighters.

Personal Life

Hearns is an ardent follower of Jesus Christ, whom He gives Him vision and power to conquer any obstacle in his way. He knows what it takes to achieve success and is open to whatever path He may have planned for him.

Henry Hearns, 23, who is Thomas Hearns’ younger brother was sentenced today to 25-50 years for shooting dead a 19-year-old woman at his house. Henry covered his face while the judge read him his sentence without showing any emotion when she read it to him.

Pastor Hearns serves the Living Stone Cathedral of Worship and has written the book, “How Odds Even Through Grace.” Additionally, he serves on multiple executive boards and volunteers his services within the community.

Net Worth

Hearns amassed considerable wealth throughout his career, earning considerable sums through royalties and pay-per-view matches as well as investing in multiple restaurants, nightclubs, and training facilities. It is estimated that Hearns had an estimated net worth of $450 thousand.

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